Microsoft's annual Build conference focuses on developers and software engineers, equipping them with the tools necessary to bolster the company's repertoire of mobile applications and software solutions. In addition to the droves of Microsoft developers in attendance last week's conference in San Francisco, there was also a marked partner presence -- technology partners that is. Dozens of wooden booths in a designated portion of the showroom indicated the partner area, where companies handed out free t-shirts and key chains, showcased some of the more tangible products, and chatted with attendees. From 3-D printers to cloud management, the array of Microsoft's tech partner presence was broad and varied. Here's a look at 10 Microsoft technology partners that stood out at Build 2013.